Dhoby Ghaut Green
Dhoby Ghaut Green was officially launched on 24 October 2009. It was identified as an interim park in URA’s Public Space and Urban Waterfront Master Plan 2003 and conceived as “City Room” for community gathering within the city.
The sculptural open-air amphitheatre is a landmark of the park, serving as a showpiece for the Architectural and Urban Design Excellence demonstration project and a performance venue to encourage public participation and enjoyment of the open space.
The arts centre located between both exits of the Dhoby Ghaut MRT station offers exhibition space for local and international artists, and other arts recreational activities for the public.
Adjacent to Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, opposite the Park Mall Shopping Centre
How to get there: By MRT, alight at Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station
Park size: Approximately 1 hectare
Park lighting hours: 7.00pm to 7.00am
Accessibility Info: Wheelchair accessible
To all event organisers, please note that no commercial events are allowed at the premises.
Things To Do
Visit the Visual Arts Centre, situated within the green park in the heart of the city. Within the centre, there is an exhibition gallery and a studio space of 498 square metres. Visitors can look forward to ongoing art exhibitions, professional art courses and various art educational programmes to excite the young and old.
Be mesmerised by the lights, sounds and greenery around you at Artists' night Out 2018. Brought to you by National Parks Board and held at the evergreen Dhoby Ghaut Green, this year's event integrates "night lights" with natural material like bamboo as a common motif, which aims to provide a unique and inviting experience for visitors!